For the fifth straight year, whether marveling at Taylor Swift's capacity for surprise or trying to figure out what to type during the combined 37 minutes of Bruno Mars performances, Linda Holmes and Stephen Thompson live-blogged the ceremony in an effort to serve your reading-along needs.
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Tonight's Grammy Awards will feature a whole bunch of performances, including Jennifer Hudson's tribute to Whitney Houston.
Want to ask Helena Bonham Carter a question about corsets or the Queen Mum? Check back here at 9:45 p.m., Pacific time.
On this week's Pop Culture Happy Hour: The VMAs, starring Taylor Swift, her steel guitar, and her moans of sincere forgiveness directed at Kanye West. Also: friends, 'Friends,' and wearing meat.
On this week's Pop Culture Happy Hour: We return to several past topics, and we open the floor to television courtrooms, bachelor pads, a nifty comic book, a unique entertainer, and even literary fiction. Can you believe it?
On this week's Pop Culture Happy Hour: The rise of unironic happiness, one great comedy podcast, one great movie, and a whole bunch of things that one of us is very, very much opposed to. Also: a chance for you to contribute your thoughts.
It's time again for the Emmy Awards, and Monkey See will be liveblogging the pre-festivities and the festivities starting at 7:30 p.m. Join us for all the awards, the unfortunate clothing, and the debates about whether Jimmy Fallon is funny.
In this week's Pop Culture Happy Hour, we check out some of the winners of the Creative Arts Emmys, and we try out a new segment called "Tomorrow's Rediscoveries," in which one of us predicts the reemergence of a special brand of justice.
In this week's Pop Culture Happy Hour, we look at the critical and public response to Scott Pilgrim vs. The World, and we then take a shot at overcoming our own Pop Culture Blind Spots.
In this week's Pop Culture Happy Hour, we discuss football, donkeys, James Franco, hospital shows, TV remakes, TV theme songs, and whether anything that we attend could ever be a "red-carpet event."